Established in 2008, Soho Zebrano is an exciting combination of cool after-work cocktail bar, comfortable dining and late night club. Situated on the site once owned by iconic comedian Peter Cook, the sleek interior now features exposed brick walls and leather booth seating, but was once home to the cream of the comedy and music scenes of the mid-'60s.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
18 Greek Street
- +44 (0)20 7287 5267
Top 5 reviews of Soho Zebrano
Food was lovely.Drink specials were half off Wednesday. 3 levels.Dj played hiphop mixed music.Fun environment. more
Our last night in London and we were looking to relax with some drinks. As with most places that are open late in Soho, the music was LOUD but for some reason more tolerable in here then the other joints we tried.
They know how to mix their drinks, the Old fashioned is awesome, they really take care in making it. Nice staff who are friendly and on the ball! I forget the name of the girl in... more
If you're looking to be underpoured and overcharged then this is your place! A large group of us reserved a table and all had issues with the bartenders at the ground floor back bar. We downloaded their app prior to arrival to get the specials advertised on their website. However, the bartenders continuously tried to overcharge us then call over management and make a big deal when we showed... more
Billed as a "Smart, Friendly Cocktail Bar, Club and Restaurant" and I have to agree! As soon as you walk through the door, there is a friendly welcome. The staff are all really helpful and friendly. Nice club atmosphere. The best thing is the happy hour is long, starts at 5pm to midnight on Mondays and Tuesdays, to 10pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays and to 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
After dining at Pho, we found ourselves back on Greek St. in Soho looking for more drink bargains when we were lured into Zebrano by the sidewalk sign advertising half-price margaritas. This was more of a touristy spot than Jazz After Dark a few doors down. Turns out all drinks were half off that evening. The music was loud and the DJ had a terrible turntable scratch technique. UGH. A rowdy... more